Enterprise blockchain VeChain, in collaboration with Shanghai Hospital Renji, has announced the launch of an intelligent medical care project called “MyBaby” – an in vitro fertilization (IVF) service application.
The project also includes cooperation with partner Vechain DNV – which ensures cooperation with VeChain Supply Chain management together with product and digital project security.
“The cryptographically secure features of blockchain technology create a safe and reliable environment and increase user comfort in a way that is unparalleled in IVF.”
The goal of the MyBaby project is to improve the IVF process by enabling families to transparently see all data associated with the development of eggs into embryos traceable on the blockchain. VeChain believes that MyBaby has the ability to relieve anxiety, depression and stress associated with the IVF cycle.
As part of the MyBaby service, all information and data tracks from the IVF process will be uploaded to the VeChainThor blockchain, including “images created by medical instruments until the zygote itself is delivered” – with information accessible only to authorized users of the MyBaby Application.
“The benefits of MyBaby are versatile and allow users to track and monitor the extraction, labeling and evaluation of fertilized eggs, as well as the cultivation and preservation of embryos,” the media said.
The project claims to provide additional security for sensitive and private medical data by reducing the number of “intermediaries between production and delivery of data”.
This is not the first time that Renji Hospital has moved to incorporate blockchain technology, in 2019 it entered into a partnership with VeChain and DNV launch “The world’s first” blockchain-based “Intelligent Cancer Treatment Center”.